De Profundis employs minimalism and contemporary harmonies that are quite compelling. "Walls of sound" in repeated phrases enable less-experienced choirs to enjoy the power of modern music in...
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This is a fantastic festival piece! The Latin words taken from the Psalms are joyful, and the parts are easily learned. The antiphonal nature of the work sets it apart as a great concert opener or...
Richard Burchard's writing has captivated the interest of a cappella choirs the world over. With flowing contrapuntal lines reminiscent of Palestrina yet colored with luxurious 21st-century harmonies, these...
Better a cappella choirs will enjoy this contemporary motet on the classic Latin text. Rich harmonic colors and expressive dynamics pay fitting tribute to the "sacred mystery." English translation is...
This striking contemporary a cappella work, based on texts from the Mass, is full of beautiful sonorities. Kyrie (Adagio); Sanctus (Con Brio) and Agnus Dei (Grave). A significant...
This original work by a young composer exhibits musical maturity well beyond his years. Sanctus is rich in warm harmonies and beautifully flowing musical lines. An outstanding choice for better a...
Full of sonorous harmonies and flowing lines, this superb setting of Psalm 43 unfolds as though you are watching a flower blossom before your eyes. It is absolutely stunning. Highly recommended!
This energetic number can serve as a church anthem of praise or a concert number of celebration for high school, college and community groups. The 7/8 pattern is entrancing and fun, the harmonies playful...
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